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Galapagos Weather and Seasons
Galapagos Weather and Seasons

  |   Weather

There are so many reasons to visit the Galapagos, and weather is surely one of them. There are however, a few things to consider about Galapagos weather and seasons if you're looking to see specific wildlife or do certain activities. 

Panama Weather and Seasons– When to Visit
Panama Weather and Seasons– When to Visit

  |   Panama

Its tropical climate means it has two seasons – rainy and dry – although these can often be misleading, and Panama actually has the perfect climate for visiting all year round. 

Weather in Quito Ecuador
Weather in Quito Ecuador

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Ecuador and its capital city, Quito, may be small in comparison to the large continent of South America, but its diverse landscape, access to the Amazon and interesting indigenous culture attracts tourists every year to the county and city. It's diverse landscape also means you can experience just about every type of weather in Ecuador. 

Weather and Seasons in the Galapagos Islands
Weather and Seasons in the Galapagos Islands

  |   Galapagos

Like its surrounding tropical regions, the Galapagos Islands have two seasons. The wet season and the dry season, known as the garúa. With the islands located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the seasons are very much dictated by their surrounding currents, causing warmer and cooler spells for the islands.

Weather in the Brazilian Amazon– What to Expect
Weather in the Brazilian Amazon– What to Expect

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The first thing to know about the tropical climate of the Brazilian Amazon is that it has just two seasons – the wet, or rainy, season (also known as flooding) and the dry season. The equator runs through the Amazon and it has low elevation, so the weather here varies greatly from the rest of the vast country of Brazil.

Weather In Manaus– The Brazilian Amazon
Weather In Manaus– The Brazilian Amazon

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Every time of year offers something extraordinary for visitors to the Brazilian Amazon, and whether you prefer hiking or canoeing, read through our helpful weather guide and start planning your river cruise. 

Weather in Iquitos– What You Need To Know
Weather in Iquitos– What You Need To Know

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Unlike the Northern Hemisphere with its summer and winter, or subtropical zones with wet and dry seasons, Amazon rainforest weather has a high water season and a low water season. Both times of the year can easily be used for Amazon river travel as only slightly more rain falls in the high water season than in the low.

Weather in Machu Picchu– The Best Time to Go
Weather in Machu Picchu– The Best Time to Go

  |   Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu rises up to tower over the surrounding Urubamba Valley. While you might think, from looking at a map, that the temperature in Machu Picchu could be uncomfortably hot at times, this is not the case at all; the temperature in Machu Picchu tends to remain in a narrow and very comfortable band between...

Wet and Dry Season in the Amazon Rainforest
Wet and Dry Season in the Amazon Rainforest

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Which season should a traveler choose when planning an Amazon River cruise? Rainforest Cruises examines the characteristics of both wet and dry Amazon Cruise seasons.

Weather In The Amazon Rainforest
Weather In The Amazon Rainforest

  |   Weather

If you are planning an Amazon cruise in Brazil, Peru, Ecuador or Bolivia, you will no doubt be wanting to know what the weather is going to be like, and when would be the optimal time to visit to avoid the rain.

About Rainforest Cruises

Rainforest Cruises is a boutique travel company specializing in Amazon river cruises, Galapagos Islands tours, and Southeast Asia cruises. We provide you with the finest collection of cruises in Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia, Panama and Southeast Asia. As travel experts we have all the advice you need to help you find and book your dream cruise and an unforgettable adventure.

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